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Yup'ik story masks are a part of the rich heritage of the Yup'ik peoples, used in ceremonies and festivals to tell the stories of old through song and dance.  Depicted in this illustration is a story mask, with tundra cotton flowing from the mouth, providing the visual depiction of breath, or spirit, flowing back and forth.


The original work was created using paper, ink, and coffee.


Print signed by the artist David John Angaiak.


Available in 3 sizes: 6x8, 8x10, 11x14


Shipping Costs - are built into the price of sale, and includes custom art packaging.

International Orders - additional shipping costs may apply for related Export and Import Fees

The Storyteller - Print Only

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